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Eurowings, Ryanair, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 5 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Berlin|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Germanwings, Ryanair, Iberia Express, Brussels Airlines, KLM, Sas Airways, easyJet|
Visiting the German capital is quick and easy, with plenty of morning, afternoon and evening departures from most of London's airports. Travellers can fly with a range of budget airlines or choose premium services, and as Berlin is just two hours away, means that its a great choice for an impromptu city break.
Airlines operating flights from London to Berlin include low cost carriers like Ryanair and Eurowings, along with slightly more expensive options like British Airways. easyJet also offer multiple flights every day to both Tegel and Schönefeld airports.
Flights to Berlin last between an hour and 50 minutes, to two hours and 10 minutes to reach their destination. EasyJet flights vary a bit, but should be around two hours long.
The London to Berlin route is one of Europe's busiest, with plenty of choices at all times. Typically, travellers can expect a choice of 12-24 flights. Major carriers like easyJet operate from 3-8 flights every day.
Departure airports: Flights from London to Berlin depart from Heathrow (LHR), London City Airport (LCY), Luton (LTN), Gatwick (LGW) and Stansted (STN), allowing you to choose the most convenient airport. All enjoy mainline rail connections and are less than 40 minutes from central London, while short to long-stay parking is also on offer. Inside the airports themselves, travellers will encounter executive lounges, boutiques, general shops and plenty of restaurants. And on the tech side, free WiFi and charging stations are featured at all of London's airports.
Arrival airports: British Airways, easyJet, and Eurowings fly into Berlin's Tegel airport (TXL), while easyJet and Ryanair also use Schönefeld (SXF) airport. Tegel is slightly closer to the city centre and is connected to the centre by the TXL, X9 and 109 buses, along with S-Bahn and U-Bahn services. From Schönefeld, the Airport Express train takes 30 minutes to get into town, and there are S-Bahn as well as 171 bus that terminates at Hermanplatz. Both airports offer an hour of complimentary WiFi access, making it easier to arrange onward travel or accommodation when you land.